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Pink reveals more details of fees assisted campaign

Pink Home Loans fees assisted campaign is available on all branded lending medium to heavy adverse products and a selection of branded lending near prime products.

In addition to this, Pink has extended the summer campaign for a limited period and will continue to pay a 1.5% proc fee for medium and heavy adverse cases with branded lending partners, First National, GMAC-RFC and Mortgages Plc.

Dev Malle, sales director at Pink Home Loans, says: “This is a double whammy, not only as the client is paying no upfront fees, the intermediary is receiving a very competitive proc fee in recognition for the work involved in medium and heavy adverse case placement.

“Rates available across the branded lending range are attractive, as they start from as little as 4.09%.”

Eugene Hannigan, partner at Mortgage Direct Solutions, says: “Pinks decision to extend its summer campaign which increased selected proc fees to 1.5%, on top of its no up front fees offer, makes it impossible for mortgage intermediaries to ignore. In addition, they have a great range of exclusive adverse products.”

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